I recently published a blog post “These 5 tips will make you a YouTube super-user” that became a huge hit. I had promised to write about some of my favourite YouTubers in that article, and here it is!
The below list looks small, but all in all I've linked 15 of my favourite channels on YouTube. I usually watch all the videos uploaded to each of the linked channels.
#TeamCrispy is a slang that refers to highly popular and well acclaimed group of tech YouTubers, including MKBHD (Marques Brownlee), Unboxed Therapy (Lewis Hilsenteger), Austin Evans, TLD (Jonathan Morrison), UrAvgConsumer (Judner Aura) and Dom Esposito. If you follow any of these channels, I’m pretty sure you’ll also have subscribed to the others. These YouTubers are the primary providers of gadget reviews on YouTube and are well known for their individual productions. They don’t often work together, but when they do, they produce some awesome collabs. “TeamCrispy” came about because all these YouTubers produce content in 4K (very crisp and clear image), and you can watch all their recent videos in this insanely high resolution. Crispy.
If you aren’t already subscribed to theses channels, you need to.
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If you are on YouTube and you don’t know him, you are missing out on a lot. Casey is one of the most popular daily vloggers on YouTube and has racked up 1,644,000 subscribers, most of whom wake up only to see him on his journeys in New York and abroad. Casey is an entrepreneur who runs the company (and mobile app) Beme. He is a filmmaker and really brings his passion into his stories-like vlogs he uploads every single day onto his channel.
If you are craving for a cool new friend, or you want to experience an interesting life, subscribe to Casey Neistat.
I came across ColdFusion as a YouTube recommendation, and sure this channel is great. ColdFusion is run by musician/producer Dagogo Altraide. However, the channel has nothing to do with music, as Dagogo speaks about the latest in cutting edge technology and interesting future possibilities. His videos are highly factual and well put together, almost as like a documentary. ColdFusion videos are unique in the manner they are narrated. Instead of a straight talk, Dagogo make videos that have a prelude, conclusion and answer questions like Why, How, When and Where.
If you love to see factual matter bering presented in a fantastic form, subscribe to ColfFusion.
I love Matthais for his quirky, humorous videos that contain some hilarious reactions and a very kind attitude. If you want to have some fun on YouTube, subscribe to Matthais.
Thoughty2 & Vsauce
I follow these channels very closely for their amazing scientific explanations.
Follow Thoughty2 for some amazing facts, and Vsauce to learn about the oddest mysteries, scientific paradoxes and other cool stuff.
And that is it! Hope you found something amazing to start off or improve your YouTube membership.